Grateful Dead Live at Nassau Coliseum on 1985-03-29
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|Cold Rain & Snow|
|Down In The Bottom > I Ain't Superstitious *|
|Friend Of The Devil|
|Supplication Jam >|
|My Brother Esau|
|New Minglewood Blues|
|DonÂt Ease Me In|
|Terrapin Station >|
|Women Are Smarter >|
|GoinÂ Down The Road FeelinÂ Bad > Jam >|
|Baby What You Want Me to Do? > Jam >|
|Wharf Rat >|
|ThrowinÂ Stones >|
|Johnny B. Goode|
Schoeps CMC441s (90deg, 17cm) > Oade M118 > Oade mod SONY PCM-F1 recorded by the Oade Brothers and tracked/flac'd by Darrin Sacks
- 2004-09-10 12:57:58
- Master PCM > DAW (via SEKD Prodif) > Wav > cdwav > Flac
- Uniondale, NY
- Taped by
- Oade Brothers
- Transferred by
- Doug Oade - Darren Sacks
- Nassau Coliseum
Subject: HEY NOW!!
Subject: Annoying Digi Noise
Subject: I was there
Subject: FUN Time!!
Subject: Great sounding '85 show!
The second set starts out with an amazing selection, Terrapin! Jerry sounds great and there is an extended jam after the shed light line. The vocals get a bit rougher toward the finish but otherwise this is a perfect version. The outro jam develops into a bouncy, lively Man Smart. The transition is a bit awkward but it soon gets going. There are some nice background vocals and it slows to a whisper before bursting into a joyous loud finale. Goin' Down keeps things lively. After some odd noodling it segues into a decent Baby, What You Want Me to Do? Brent always plays this well and this is no exception. Nice and bluesy with passionate singing and great soloing, especially Brent o the B3. This goes into some more noodling that eventually segues into a bluesy jam that makes a while to develop into something interesting. It slowly builds up steam with some dueling solos before fading into Drums. Space fades into more Garcia noodling with nice textural white noise and feedback. Some amazing Brent work that actually sounds like strings at one point. Wharf Rat emerges and while the vocals are a bit rough, it fits the ballad and Garcia's solo is competent. The outro solo is cut off transitioning into a Throwing Stone>Johnny B. Goode. The Johnny is blazing fast, the fastest version I've ever heard. They absolutely tear through it in record time.
Subject: Another hot show from march
Subject: Ditto on Jerry spacing out after Space
Nevertheless, I was blown away. I was only 16, and hadn't seen anything quite like this before. During "Tennessee Jed," I turned around, looked up and saw about 19,000 people swaying back and forth in unison.
The capper, though, was after the show when my friend and I were heading for the exit, we passed a guy staring off into space and muttering, "It was better last night."
Subject: Thanks Oades
i dont know...
y'all ever play ZONK...to play is to win??? this show'd help you get to 10,000 plus...rolin' straights...
5's a plenty
Subject: My First Show
Subject: Excellent sound!
Subject: give this a 5
Subject: FANTASTIC SOUND!
The energy of the aud during rain and snow gives me chills everytime i hear it.
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